The tenth annual Verse & Vino brought together seasoned attendees, newcomers, library advocates and great authors in one room!
Grant builds on PNC Foundation’s longstanding commitment to help prepare children from birth to age 5 for success in school and life.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library and Teach For America North Carolina join forces to bolster equitable educational success
The two esteemed organizations strive to close the region’s opportunity gap via strategic collaboration
As we begin to survey the landscape the pandemic has left behind, our focus has been pulled to the impact made on our national education system. Nationally, children returned to the classroom with at least six to eight months of learning and educational development lost to time. The great pivot from in-person to online revealed how ill-prepared U.S. education systems were for such a massive shift in teaching and learning.
But it also uncovered a well of resilience.
Parents can be their children’s first and best teachers – but they need the tools.
“Libraries hold the tools and support to make dreams come true.”
ONE Access expands reach and impact
from Library trustee Charles Thomas
The moment presented to us
Picture books for all ages
Commitment to a more equitable community
Digitization for preservation and access
Library helps teens navigate path to future
Memorial gift supports sensory programs for children.
Summer learning opportunities help students avoid an academic “summer slide.”
Important subjects have no age limit.
Understanding community, one branch at a time
“If you change the world around you, you will find yourself changing the world.”
Your Library is helping incarcerated teens recast themselves as heroes. And reading is the key.
Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room’s outreach programs inspire curiosity.
Easing the transition from teen to adult
Reality surpassed expectations.
Summer reading and learning is even more fun.
Jail program promotes writing, sharing, healing.
Providing access to opportunity is in our DNA.
Library services don’t stop at the Library door.
Library program Inspires Braille communication
Bilingual program reaches children and caregivers
“We take for granted the power of the written word.”
Funding from PNC supports multidisciplinary vocabulary-building program.
Sensory programs for adults.
Active Reading empowers caregivers to support young readers.
Reading together builds language, vocabulary and comprehension.
Library programs for refugee families
Test scores show correlation.
“The Library gave me the power of words.”
Outreach programs for Seniors
A school ID number is now a Library card.
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